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(Re)Tracing the Everyday ‘Sitings’: A Conceptual Review of Internet Research 15 Years Later
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Issues and Trends in Educational Technology Volume 7, Number 1, Publisher: University of Arizona Libraries

Abstract

In 2003, Kevin Leander and Kelly McKim sought to move the separate ethnographic work in physical spaces and work in online spaces toward a connective ethnography. Rather than broadly update the seven themes they originally proposed, I re-group and re-examine the seven themes by using evidence published since 2003. The themes of the meshed on/off-line realm, made visible through the work of connective ethnography, illustrate the separation, influence and flow of one realm more clearly and convincingly than the evidence available in 2003. I conclude by describing the encumbrances to the meshing of the on/off-line realm.

Citation

Prince, S. (2019). (Re)Tracing the Everyday ‘Sitings’: A Conceptual Review of Internet Research 15 Years Later. Issues and Trends in Educational Technology, 7(1),. University of Arizona Libraries. Retrieved July 19, 2019 from .